AmaZulu have bolstered their defence by adding Willem Mwedihanga to their roster. The Namibian joins Njabulo Manqana, Luyanda Hlongwa and Phumlani Mhamha in the list of players that have signed for the KwaZulu-Natal side in the current transfer window.
According to information received from the Durban-based outfit, Mwedihanga has penned a two and-a-half-year deal with Usuthu.
Mwedihanga played for Tigers FC in the Namibian Premier League before joining AmaZulu. He will be expected to help the team improve on their current log position, following a lackluster first round of the 2012/13 campaign.
Mwedihanga and Mhamha’s signing could mean that Timothy Batabaire may have to look elsewhere in his search for a new club.
The former Wits defender has been training with the team in the hope of securing a contract, however following the signings of the two new central defenders by the club, the Ugandan’s chances of getting a deal have diminished.